Published in 1939, this work was presented to Mahatma Gandhi on his 70th birthday, October 22nd, 1939. This work is not only a remarkable tribute from notable men and women of diverse views, but an important estimate of the life and thought of Mahatma Gandhi.
Introduction, Sir S. Radhakrishnan Mahatma Gandhi: An Estimate Horace G. Alexander The Tribute of a Friend, C. F. Andrews The Essence of Gandhiji, George S. Arundale The Servant of India, Bishop V. S. Azariah Gandhi, as Bridge and Reconciler, Ernest Baker ‘A light Upon His Name’, Laurence Binyon ‘A Way of Living’, Mrs Pearl S. Buck Mahatma, Ananda K. Coomsraswamy Two Meetings with Gandhi, Lionel Curtis Gandhi and the Congress, Bhagavan Das Gandhi’s Statement, Albert Einstein Gandhiji as a Social Scientist and Social Inventor, Richard B. Gregg The Hour and the Man, Gerald Heard M. K. Gandhi: Apostle of Light and Truth-force, Carl Heath The Significance of Gandhi for the Outlook of a Christian Pacifist, Stephen Hobhouse On Freedom and Belonging, W. E. Hocking The Nature of Gandhi’s Greatness, John Haynes Holmes A South African Tribute, R. F. Alfred Hoernle Gandhi in South Africa, Ian H. Hofmeyer Gandhi and the Future of Pacifism, Laurence Housman Gandhi’s Satyagraha and the Way of the Cross, John S. Hoyland An Indian Statesman’s Tribute, Sir Mirza M. Ismail The Authority of Detachment and Moral Force, C. E. M. Joad Mahatma Gandhi and Soul Force, Rufus M. Jones Gandhi’s Achievements for the British Commonwealth, A. Berriedale Keith Gandi’s Place in World History, Count Hermann Keyserling A Birthday Greeting, George Lansbury Gandhi’s Faith and Influence, John Macmurray The Need of a Life Instilled with Unity, Don Salvador de Madariaga The Power of Non-Violence, Miss Ethel Mannin Gandhi and the Child, Dr. Maria Montessori The Evolution of Mr. Gandhi, Arthur Moore The Hindu Idea of Truth, J. H. Muirhead Gandhi’s Spiritual Authority, Gilbert Murray A Visit from the Far East, Yone Noguchi Gandhi in his Many Aspects, B. Pattabhisitaramayya Gandhi’s Message to the Whole World, Miss Maude D. Petre The Wisdom of Gandhi, Hy. S. L. Polak The Triumph of the Spirit, Llewelyn Powys Homage from China, M. Quo Tai-Chi A Stateman in Beggar’s Garb, Sir Abdul Qadir India’s Debt to Gandhi, Rajendraprased The Fool of God, Reginald Reynolds Homage from a Man of the West to Gandhi, Romain Rolland An Englishwoman’s Faith, Miss Maude Royden The Fruits of True Leadership, Lord Samuel Impressions from the Round Table Conference, Lord Sankey A Great Prophet of Hinduism, D. S. Sarma The Great Little Mahatma, Mrs. Clare Sheridan Gandhi’s Political Method, J. C. Smuts The Poet’s Verdict, Rabindranath Tagore Gandhi: A Character Study, Edward Thompson The Path of Satyagraha, Srimati Sophia Wadia Gandhi’s Fast for Hindu-Muslim Unity, Bishop Foss Westcott Mahatma Gandhi and Aggressive Pacifism, Jack. C. Winslow Reflections on Mr. Gandhi’s Leadership, H. G. Wood Gandhi - After Forty-Seven Years, Sir Francis Younghusband Patriotism and Public Spirt, Sir Alfred Zimmern Thanks to Gandhi, Arnold Zweig Letters, Lord Halifax, Upton Sinclair, A. H. Compton Memorial Section Introduction, S. Radhakrishnan Gandhi, The Martyr, Vera Brittain The World Mission of the Mahatma, George Catlin Tribute to Gandhi, G. D. H. Cole Gandhi, The Rt. Hon. Sir Stafford Cripps Mahatma Gandhi E. M. Foster Mahatma Gandhi, L. W. Grensted M. K. Gandhi, The Rt. Hon. Lord Halifax On Mahatma Ghandi, S. I. Hsiung A Note on Gandhi, Aldous Huxley Mahaprasthan, B. K. Mallik Mahatma Gandhi, Kingsley Martin The Challenge of Gandhi, John Middleton Murray The Perfect Artist, Jawaharlal Nehru Gandhi, Herman Ould Last Days Vincent Sheean Mahatma Gandhi, Thakin Nu How Gandhi Helped Me, Dame Sybil Thorndike Gandhi’s Message to the World, Roy Walker
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